Thursday, 15 October 2015 20:58

Capgemini appoints new ethics, compliance chief

Philippe Christelle, Capgemini Philippe Christelle, Capgemini

Global consulting, technology and outsourcing services company Capgemini has appointed a new ethics and compliance officer.

The company has announced that Philippe Christelle has been appointed Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer (CECO) while also continuing his role as Capgemini’s Chief Audit Officer (CAO).

Christelle replaces Hervé Canneva who recently retired from the company.

Christelle has been the Chief Audit Officer of Capgemini Group since 1999, is a former partner at PwC, and since 2009 has been a member of the board of the Haut Conseil du Commissariat aux Comptes (H3C), the French public authority charged with supervising the audit profession.

“Philippe has been entrusted with the responsibility to maintain and reinforce Capgemini’s standing as one of the world’s most ethical companies. I am certain that his extensive industry experience will be an asset to further globalise our Ethics and Compliance framework,” said Paul Hermelin, Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Capgemini.


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